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The Scott State Park is a state park, historic site, and recreation area in Scott City, Kansas. It is also known as the Lake Scott State Park.

Established in 1928, the Scott State Park is home to the only Indian pueblo that is known to have existed in Kansas. At the park, folks can find the site of a ruined Taos Pueblo that was first established in 1664. It was abandoned later on, but was re-occupied by Picuri Indians in 1696.

Today, visitors of the Scott State Park can enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, horseback riding, picnicking, biking, and wildlife observation. There?s also a museum at the park which showcases information about the early settlers of the area.
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